About This Webinar
This free-to-attend CPD webinar has been organised by British Journal of Hospital Medicine, supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Cook Biotech, Inc, West Lafayette, IN, USA.

In this webinar, the presenters will discuss their approaches for treating and managing burns patients, including plastic surgery techniques and holistic approaches to burns care.

**Please note this sessuin is at the slightly later time: 19:00-20:00 UK BST**

This webinar is CPD certified and all attendees will receive a personalised CPD certificate sent by email after the session.
Agenda
  • Plastic surgery approaches for burns management
  • Holistic approach to burn care in the community and nurse-led clinics
  • Panel discussion and Q&A
Presenters
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    Chair: Rebecca Linssen
    Editor, British Journal of Hospital Medicine
    Rebecca graduated from Cambridge University with an Honour’s degree in pharmacology in 1994. She started work as a subeditor on the British Journal of Hospital Medicine and the British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. Rebecca has been Editor of the British Journal of Hospital Medicine (http://www.magonlinelibrary.com/toc/hmed/current), a monthly review journal for hospital doctors, since 1998.

    She is also Editorial Director of MAG Digital Resources and Group Editorial Director for Mark Allen Group, which includes thirty different healthcare publications in its portfolio (http://www.markallengroup.com/ma-healthcare#publications).
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    Professor Mamta Shah
    Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Manchester University NHS Trust, UK


    Professor Mamta Shah is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon based at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Wythenshawe Hospital and the University of Manchester.

    She specialises in the management of paediatric burn injuries. The clinical challenges feed into her research interests and she leads a group of researchers investigating the pathophysiology of burn wound healing and postburn scarring.
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    Jacky Edwards
    Consultant Nurse in Burns, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, UK


    Jacky has been a consultant nurse in burns at Wynthenshawe Hospital in Manchester UK since 2010. She is the only consultant nurse in burns in the UK. Jacky has worked in burns since 1988 and is committed to improving the patient pathway, quality improvement and service development, as well as education of the workforce.

    Jacky is a member of the major trauma and Major Trauma and Burns Clinical Reference Group (CRG) where she represents nurses and the RCN. During this time, she has chaired the development of the Burns Annex for Mass Casualties, developed outcomes and quality dashboards and is currently developing education for burns major incidents and the Rehabilitation Prescription.

    Jacky is a CRG representative on the National Burns Operational Network Delivery Group (NBDONG) and contributes to wider issues in burn care. She is Lead of the Surgical Wound Workstream for the National Wound Care Strategy Programme (NWCSP) and recently published the surgical wound care recommendations. Jacky is also Programme Lead for the Manchester Burns Course which is currently being revalidated by the University of Manchester.

    She has previously been a lecturer at University of Manchester and honorary lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, Edge Hill University and University of Chester. In 2012 she was Nursing Times Nurse of the Year for the development of the Burns Outreach Service which is now replicated across many burns services in the UK.

    Jacky is passionate about wound care and ensuring we are using effective treatments for both acute and chronic burn wounds.